How much is Apple TV+?
Apple TV+ will cost $5 per month when it debuts on November 1.
In addition, the Apple TV+ subscription can be shared among up to six family members at no additional cost.
What you get in an Apple TV+ subscription
Apple TV+ will be ad-free, all content will be available for streaming on demand, and content can be downloaded locally so you can watch it offline if you know you will be somewhere without internet access.
The service will be available via an app on iOS devices, of course, but Apple also announced that it will be available on "select Samsung smart TVs," and it will come to other streaming devices and TVs in the future.
Even after a one-year free trial, Apple TV+ is going to be significantly less expensive than Netflix (which offers a $9 per month plan, but the most popular tier is $13 per month).
One reason Apple's streaming service is priced so affordably is that there's going to be relatively little content available at launch — unlike Netflix, Apple has made no mention of licensing any TV shows or movies for its new service.
Instead, Apple has announced details about their slate of original content, with star-studded talent featuring the likes of Oprah Winfrey, Steve Carell, Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and more.